Senmuth is a Russian multi-instrumentalist who makes uncompromising and experimental music with guitars, ethnic instruments and electronics. He is also a frequent collaborator with several other experimental Russian bands. His musical output can best be described as eclectic, ranging from ethnically fused ambient to progressive rock. His origins however lie predominately in doom and industrial metal with a healthy dose of ethnic music; whereas his newer albums are more progressive and experimental.
Senmuth took his "stage name" from Senemut, an Egyptian 18th dynasty architect and government official who is speculated to have been the lover of the female Pharaoh Hatshepsut. His compositions are musical journeys, expansive trips into history and the unknown transporting the listener through distant lands and ancient cultures. The sheer volume of work that Senmuth creates is staggering, having released over 100 albums in ten years of active recording, or making about ten albums per year. All of his work is generously released free of charge, and can be downloaded through his website.
SENMUTH SIDE-PROJECTS: https://archive.org/details/senmuthprojects
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Track titles noted with "« »" have been automatically translated from russian to english for the sake of understanding a more universal language and should not be taken as a lack of respect by the russian-speaking people.